These are the top stories of the week.
More Google self-driving cars are coming.
Windows 10 will cost $119 and everything else you need to know.
Google and Fiat Chrysler are working together on self-driving cars.
Fiat announced a deal where it will provide Google with 100 Chrysler Pacifica Minivans.
The two companies will work together to integrate Google's tech into these vehicles.
This deal will double the amount of Google's self driving cars.
This is the first time Google's working directly with the car maker on this project.
Microsoft announced in Windows news Windows 10 is now on 300 million active devices.
The latest version of Windows is available as a free upgrade right now.
However that free upgrade will end on July 29th.
After July 29th, Windows 10 Home will cost $119.
So if you haven't upgraded yet You might want to.
After some speculation, Hulu confirmed that it will offer live-streaming video next year.
Hulu's CEO, Mike Hopkins, said viewers will gain live sports, news and events.
And Hulu subscribers would not need to have a Cable or satellite subscription to take advantage of Hulu's new service.
[SOUND] Lots more news to know.
It's time to go rapid fire.
BBM users in North America can now make video calls on iOS and Android.
Cracker Jack will no longer include a toy inside the box.
Instead, you can scan a QR code for your digital toy.
According to a Chinese court Apple no longer has the exclusive trademark on iPhone in that country.
A leather goods maker can use iPhone on its products.
Apple will appeal the decision.
And one more Apple thing.
A new report says Apple Music fo iOS Will get a major overhaul in June.
Now you're all caught up in tech.
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I'm Iyaz Akhtar, signing off.